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More Snow to Affect the Four Corners! How Much to Expect?

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Are You Ready for More?

Monday, started off with some brief snow from Colorado to Utah.  The Front Range of Colorado near Colorado Springs picked up the most so far with over 8″ in Calhan to just about 3″ in Colorado Springs.  An area of low pressure will move out of the Northwest into the Four Corners bringing more snow to the area, prompting The National Weather Service to issue Winter Storm Watches, Warnings and Advisories running through Wednesday afternoon.   Conditions will continue to deteriorate through the evening along I-15 from Salt Lake City to St. George and along I-70 from the intersection of I-15 to Grand Junction and south into the San Jaun Mountains.  Overnight tonight the snow will continue track southward as the Low tracks into the Durango, Colorado area.  Very heavy snowfall is expected for the San Jaun Mountains of Southwest Colorado into the early morning hours of Tuesday.  As the Low moves into northern New Mexico the snow will fill in for Southeast Colorado from Trinidad to La Junta and from Flagstaff, Arizona to Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Through Wednesday afternoon the Low pressure will move out and the snow will die down.  However, in it’s wake, many will pick up decent snowfall totals.

Here are some Snowfall Totals expected: 

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I-25 Corridor
Fort Collins:  Dusting-1/2″
Denver: Dusting-1/2″
Colorado Springs:  1″-3″
Trinidad:  2″-4″

I-70 Corridor
Vail:  1″-3″
Grand Junction:  2″-4″

Southwest Colorado
Pagosa Springs:  18″-24″
Durango:  10″-14″
Telluride:  18″-24″

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Salt Lake City:  6″-8″
Logan:  4″-6″
Cedar City:  2″-4″
Moab:  1″-2″

Farmington:  2″-4″
Santa Fe:  1″-3″
Albuquerque:  1″-2″


Flagstaff:  2″-6″

Stay with for the very latest as this storm swings through the Four Corners over the next couple of days. 

Article by,  Mike Witcher

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